qMany guides claim to be 'insider' takes on travel, but few deliver truly out-of-the-ordinary info. This one does . . . many listings will surprise even natives.qaNew York Daily News Rich with historical and cultural attractions, the Hudson Valley and Catskills area will be celebrating its 400th anniversary in 2009. The region will commemorate Henry Hudsonas sail up the river, Robert Fultonas first successful commercial steamship operation, and many more nationally significant events. The region is also a treasure trove for travelers seeking outdoor recreation, five-star dining, cozy bed a breakfasts or comfy inns, as well as galleries, antiques shops, wineries, farm stands, and places to hike, kayak, and canoe. In this completely revised seventh edition, author Joanne Michaels, the most respected travel writer in the region, includes hundreds of places to dine and stay, along with a wealth of information about things to see and doaall within driving distance of New York City, Boston, and beyond. With detailed maps and hundreds of honest reviews about accommodations, eateries, and activities that will appeal to both affluent travelers and those seeking special value, Michaelsas advice will aid in planning an unforgettable trip.Auctions are listed in the local newspapers, and yard sales pop up every weekend during the spring and summer. There are numerous antiques shops throughout the county, but the following places include several centers that offer manyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Explorer's Guide Hudson Valley & Catskill Mountains: Includes Saratoga Springs & Albany (Seventh Edition) (Explorer's Complete)|
|Publisher||:||The Countryman Press - 2009-05-04|